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Da Hit Man Presents... Reggaeton Latino

Don Omar

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Album Review

The "Chosen Few Remix" of "Reggaeton Latino" had been a hit song and video for months before Da Hit Man Presents Reggaeton Latino finally showed up in late 2005, compiling that song along with other Don Omar miscellanea. About a third of the songs on this compilation are among Omar's best-known hits to date, which gives this album a greatest-hits feel. In particular, the opening run — "Reggaeton Latino," "Dile," "Ella y Yo," and "Pobre Diablo" — were all major hits for Omar. The subsequent eight inclusions aren't as significant, but there are a couple further highlights, including a number of collaborations. Overall, Reggaeton Latino functions primarily as a stopgap release designed to capitalize on the success of the title track and also to tide fans over until the next studio album. As such, it's practical if not entirely satisfying, promising more than it actually delivers, considering that the highlights are all previously released and sometimes reprised here in remixed form. A few new songs would have made a big difference. Anyone who isn't yet familiar with Omar's catalog will want to skip this release in favor of The Last Don, his excellent, rock-solid breakthrough album. However, fans who already have that album and who can't get enough of Omar will likely find at least a few worthwhile songs here, given that a lot of them are fairly rare, albeit old, as well as high-quality.

Customer Reviews

El Pionero De la Vanguardia Del Reggaeton

Don Omar es el autentico representante de esto nuevo genero. Ademas todas las colaboraciones de los artistas dejan mas que aumentar le hegemonia de Don Omar. No es solo la voz de los latinos, pero de todos los seres humanos. Realmente su mejor grabacion y el rey del reggaeton.

Stop trying to make $ with old music.

He needs to stop trying to make more $ with the same music he made 3 years ago. That is why it took 10 years for reggaeton to go main stream cause fans got tired of the same songs over and over in different CD's. Then he want's to hate on Daddy Yankee . Sit down, write songs, put out new music. That is why you lost me and many more fans. We tired of your same S ?? T. Peolpe, don't buy this cd, instead gather all you old reggaeton cd spend 10 minutes in you computer and burn a compilation cd of Don Omar. Why spend money that you all ready spent. Dont waste your money on this...It's more of the same.

Que nessecita? Mas Flow "nuevo".

Why doesn't he make an entirely new album? His voice is better than Yankee's and he is da' best reggaetonero out there. But he still wants us to listen to a few remixes and the same songs over again? Tu sabes, no?


Born: February 10, 1978 in Villa Palmeras, Puerto Rico

Genre: Latin Urban

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Don Omar became one of reggaeton's first international superstars, thanks to his early-2000s work with Luny Tunes but even more so thanks to "Reggaeton Latino," his 2005 anthem that became one of the style's first genuine crossover hits. Born William Omar Landrón on February 10, 1978, in Villa Palmeras, Puerto Rico, Omar involved himself in the church at a young age. He became a preacher, in fact, and it was in this role that he began honing his performance ability as well as his deep insight into...
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